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MIKE LIGHTFO OT

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Head Coach 24th Season

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Two-time NAIA, three-time NCCAA, six-time MCC Coach of the Year Three NAIA, Four NCCAA, Ten MCC, & Six MCC Tournament Championships Quickest college coach at any level to 300, 400, 500, & 600 career victories Tied for quickest to 100 & 200 career victories Ten 30-win seasons, Twenty 20win seasons Three NAIA, four NCCAA National Players of the Year Twenty-three NAIA, NCCAA All-Americans

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Nineteen NAIA, Nineteen Academic All-Americans

NCCAA

Marian High School, Bethel College, NCCAA, NAIA Hall of Fames In his 24th year directing the Pilot program, head coach Mike Lightfoot has compiled an impressive list of accomplishments, including more wins than

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all previous Bethel coaches combined (630 to 441), three NAIA DII national championships (more than any coach in NAIA DII history), four NCCAA national championships, ten MCC regular season and six MCC tournament championships (more than any coach in MCC history), five National Coach of the Year and six MCC Coach of the Year awards. These accomplishments, however, are not what makes Lightfoot one of the best coaches in the game, but rather it is his insatiable desire to accomplish more. Owning of a career record of 630-213, it’s easy to see that Lightfoot knows how to win, but he also knows how to win the right way. In his 23 years at the helm of the Pilot program, 100 percent of his players who completed their eligibility also completed their degree. In the last five years, 15 Pilots have received undergraduate degrees, including five in 2010. Lightfoot is the quickest college coach at any level to 300, 400, 500, and 600 career wins. He accomplished those feats in 10, 13, 18, and 22 seasons, respectively. He is also tied for the quickest to 100 and 200 career wins, accomplishing those in 4 and 8 seasons, respectively. He ranks tenth most among active NAIA coaches (third among DII coaches) in total wins, and second most among active NAIA coaches with at least 500 wins (first among DII coaches) in winning percentage. In his 23 years, Lightfoot has amassed twenty 20win seasons, fifteen 25-win seasons, ten 30-win seasons, and three 35-win seasons. His only losing season came in 2005-06. In the NAIA DII national tournament, Lightfoot is at his best, winning at a clip of .812 (26-6) to rank second among coaches in DII history with at least 10 tournament games coached. His 26 wins at the national tournament also rank second among coaches in DII history. Lightfoot has never made it short of the Sweet Sixteen in any nine of his appearances. His nine Sweet Sixteen ranks third, while his six Elite Eights ranks second among coaches in DII history. Lightfoot has reached the DII Fab Four five times, advancing to the championship game all but once, ranking most among DII coaches in history.

C A R E E R

CO A C H I N G

YEAR

OVERALL

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MCC

PCT.

23 YEARS

630-213

.747

205-101

.670

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

25-11 30-9 30-7 24-11 29-10 30-9 29-6 38-2 35-2 34-5 37-3 34-6 30-8 20-13 18-16 23-14 24-13 19-15 10-20 21-15 29-7 33-4 28-7

.694 .796 .811 .686 .744 .769 .828 .950 .946 .872 .925 .850 .789 .606 .529 .622 .622 .558 .333 .583 .806 .892 .800

6-4 7-3 9-1 8-2 8-2 6-4 8-2 13-1 14-0 12-2 14-0 11-3 9-5 8-6 6-8 8-6 7-7 7-9 1-15 6-10 12-4 13-3 12-4

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Mike Lightfoot Homer Drew Tom Firestone Dick Felix Bob Long Don Granitz Gary Fry Al Beutler

.600 .700 .900 .800 .800 .600 .800 .929 1.000 .857 1.000 .786 .623 .571 .429 .571 .500 .438 .063 .375 .750 .813 .750

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2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 3rd 5th 5th 5th 8th 9th 5th 1st 1st 2nd

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630-213 252-110 76-63 53-59 28-33 23-22 8-26 1-4

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.747 .696 .547 .473 .459 .511 .235 .200

MCC

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NCCAA First Round NCCAA Second Round NCCAA Second Round NCCAA First Round NCCAA Champion NCCAA Champion NAIA Sweet 16 NAIA Champion NAIA Sweet 16 NAIA Champion NAIA Champion NAIA Runner-Up NCCAA Champion None NCCAA Regionals NCCAA Second Round NCCAA Second Round NCCAA Runner-Up None NCCAA Champion NAIA Elite 8 NAIA Fab 4 NAIA Sweet 16

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205-101 28-20 -- -- -- -- -- --

PCT.

L I S T SEASONS

.670 1987-pr (23) .583 1976-1987 (11) -- 1971-76 (5) -- 1967-71 (4) -- 1959-63 (4) -- 1965-67 (2) -- 1963-64 (2) -- 1958-59 (1)

Coach Lightfoot reached 252 career wins in only 318 games, 44 games sooner than Coach Homer Drew reached his plateau (in 362 games).

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100th CAREER WIN Bethel 80 Marian 73 - January 26, 1991 Behind Bob Knebel’s 22 points and Dave Troyer’s 18 points and 10 rebounds, the Pilots rallied from a 15 point deficit in the second half to post the win. Kevin Lorton added 14 and Ron Chrobot 13 for Bethel, which ran its record to 15-6 en route to its second straight MCC crown. 200th CAREER WIN Bethel 105 IU South Bend 60 - November 15, 1994 This was the first home game of a magical 38-2 season that resulted in the Pilots’ first NAIA title. Von Gilbert started things off with a pair of dunks. All 14 Pilots that played scored, led by Gilbert’s 22. Mark Galloway added 17, Jody Goralski and Mike McBride scored 11 points each. 253rd CAREER WIN Bethel 109 Goshen 66 - January 13, 1996 Ryan Taylor’s 19 points and David Haverstick’s 18 propelled the No. 2-ranked Pilots past host Goshen. The Pilots bench chipped in 52 points. The 109-66 win gave Coach Lightfoot 253 career wins and made him the winningest coach in Bethel history, breaking Homer Drew’s school record of 252 victories. 300th CAREER WIN Bethel 123 Green Mountain 75 - March 12, 1997 The record-setting win in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament was the Pilots’ initial step for Bethel’s second NAIA National Championship. The Pilots flew to a 73-41 halftime lead and never looked back in the NAIA National Tournament record 48 point win. 100th CAREER MCC WIN Bethel 89 Saint Francis 75 - February 3, 1998 The NAIA Division II top-ranked men’s basketball team won its 19th consecutive game. Led by Rico Swanson and Eric Brand’s 22 points apiece, the Pilots improved their overall record to 24-2 and remained undefeated in MCC action at 9-0. Ahead just five points with five minutes remaining, a Swanson steal and layup iced what was a close game for the Pilots. 400th CAREER WIN Bethel 84 Indiana Wesleyan 69 - February 19, 2000 Before the Pilots’ final home game of the regular season, seniors Eric Brand, David Haverstick, and Barak Coolman were recognized. Brand tallied 32 points and grabbed 14 rebounds while Haverstick added 25 points and 14 boards of his own. The Pilots went on to win the NCCAA Regional and NCCAA National Championship, their sixth title in nine years. 500th CAREER WIN Bethel 109 Madonna 75 - December 10, 2004 The Pilots’ tenth win of their NCCAA national runner-up season came in convincing fashion at the Gates Gymnasium against the Madonna Crusaders. The Pilots held onto a 54-30 advantage at halftime, rolling to the 34 point victory. Fourteen Pilots scored, including all five starters reaching double figures, led by Adam Schaper’s 16 points and 9 rebounds. 600th CAREER WIN Bethel 86 Johnson & Wales 58 - March 11, 2009 The Pilots shot 57% from the floor, including 62% in the second half. Bethel used its size, outscoring Johnson & Wales 48-18 in the paint and outrebounded the Wildcats 43-28. All-American William Walker, the MCC Player of the Year, registered the double double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Wes Laidig netted a game-high 21 points on 9-of-12 from the floor. 200th CAREER MCC WIN Bethel 79 Indiana Wesleyan 72 - January 26, 2010 In a matchup of two NAIA Division II top ten teams, the trio of Ryne Lightfoot, Caleb Laidig, and Wes Laidig tallied 17 points apiece to lead the #9 Pilots past the #7 Wildcats. Joey Welch chipped in with a double double of his own with 12 points and 12 rebounds. A pair of Welch free throws with under a minute to play sealed the victory.

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Lightfoot has won three NAIA DII national championships in 1995, 1997, 1998 (most among DII coaches in history), and is the only coach to win back-to-back titles and appear in back-to-back-toback championship games in DII history. During that stretch, Lightfoot won fourteen consecutive games, to rank the most in DII history. Lightfoot’s teams hold records at the DII national tournament for points in a tournament (the top four records), field goals in a tournament (the top three records), rebounds in a tournament (the top two records), most 100-point games, most combined points in a game, and most points in a game. Through 23 seasons, Lightfoot is one of the most successful coaches in MCC history. He is the fourthlongest tenured coach in conference history, ranking behind Marian’s John Grimes (34 seasons), Grace’s Jim Kessler (33), and Taylor’s Paul Patterson (32 seasons). Lightfoot has racked up over 200 conference wins in his career, notching No. 200 at home against the Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats last season in a matchup of two top ten teams in the country. His career winning percentage of .670 in conference play is better than any coach in Mid-Central College Conference history with at least ten seasons coached, as is his overall winning percentage of .747. Lightfoot has led teams to ten regular season conference titles and six tournament titles, both


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Coach Lightfoot has been featured in “Sports Spectrum” magazine in the March/April 2006 issue (left, entitled “Winning Big”), celebrating his 500th career victory, as well as in the March 1999 issue (below, entitled “Pilot Light”), highlighting his decade-long successes on and off the court.

L I G H T F O OT BORN May 10, 1956, North Liberty, Ind.

F I L E

HIGH SCHOOL LaVille High School, Lakeville, Ind. COLLEGE CAREER Tri-State University, Guard, 1974-75 Bethel College, Guard, 1975-78 COLLEGE DEGREES B.A., Bethel College, 1978 M.A., Indiana University South Bend, 1981

more than any other coach in MCC history. He has reached double-digit conference wins in a season eight times, including each of the past three seasons. Six times in his career, Lightfoot has won MCC Coach of the Year honors, more than any other coach in MCC history. College Conference; 47-3 (.940) at the Wiekamp Athletic Center, including a program record 31He has coached three different players to four MCC game home winning streak; 22-6 (.786) against Player of the Year awards in his career and one Top 25 teams; 79-16 (.832) as a Top 25 team, player to an MCC Newcomer of the Year award. including two weeks ranked No. 1 in the nation; Since the 1994-95 season, Lightfoot has coached 14-4 (.778) in postseason play and 6-3 (.667) in the seventeen MCC All-First Team members, fourteen NAIA DII national tournament. MCC All-Second Team members, thirteen All-MCC Third Team members, and four MCC All-Newcomer It’s clear that Coach Lightfoot has left a tremendous Team members. impact on the court at Bethel College. What’s not as well-known is the impact that Coach has on Over the past three seasons, Lightfoot has compiled the young men that come through the Bethel an impressive 90-18 (.833) record. A quick look at basketball program. But the fruit of 23 years as other stats further demonstrates the Pilots’ success Bethel’s head coach has taken root and is blooming over that stretch: 37-11 (.771) in the Mid-Central throughout the Michiana area and beyond.

COLLEGE STATS 644 Career Points, 128 Career Rebounds, 206 Career Assists, 57.2% Career Field Goal Percentage, Started at guard in the lowest scoring game in Bethel history COACHING CAREER Freshmen Head Coach, Marian High School, 1978-80 Varsity Head Coach, Marian High School, 1980-87 Head Coach, Bethel College, 1987-Present COACHING HONORS 1982 South Bend Tribune Metro Coach of the Year 1988 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1989 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1990 NCCAA National Coach of the Year 1990 MCC Conference Coach of the Year 1990 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1991 MCC Conference Coach of the Year 1991 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1992 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1993 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1994 NCCAA National Coach of the Year 1994 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1994 MCC Conference Coach of the Year 1995 NAIA National Coach of the Year 1995 NCCAA National Coach of the Year 1995 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 1995 MCC Conference Coach of the Year 1996 MCC Conference Coach of the Year 1997 NAIA National Coach of the Year 1997 MCC Conference Coach of the Year 2000 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 2003 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 2004 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 2005 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 2007 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 2008 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 2009 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year 2010 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year OTHER HONORS 1994 Inductee, Bethel College Athletic Hall of Fame 2001 Inductee, NCCAA Hall of Fame 2009 Inductee, Marian High School Athletic Hall of Fame 2009 Inductee, NAIA Hall of Fame FAMILY Wife: Jacci Sons: Robbie (Brittney), 27; Ryne (Justine), 24

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T H E L I G H T F O OT CO A C H I N G T R E E Over 40 former players and assistants of Coach Lightfoot have gone on to become coaches at the high school or collegiate levels.

“In a profession where it is easy to get caught up in winning on the court, he genuinely cares more about his players’ development off the court as a man of God and success in other areas of their lives,” said Assistant Coach Danny Randolph.

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“Coach Lightfoot was always telling me of possibilities of schools he could get me a job at when I was done at Bethel and helping me look for a teaching or coaching job. Even in the middle of drills at practice he sometimes brought a school up to me. That meant a lot to me knowing that he was looking out for my future.”

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There are over 40 former players and assistants of Coach Lightfoot that are coaching and/or teaching and countless others changing the world in avenues such as business, ministry, technology, criminal justice, and many more. He has led missions trips to such places as the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Alaska, and Ecuador. “Basketball is a game that so many people now around the world love. Look what is happening in China with the love of basketball. Sports I feel can impact people like no other entertainment,” said Coach Lightfoot. “That is why we take our team on missions trips. Basketball draws people. Through basketball, you then gain an instant audience and a platform to share the Good News to a dark and lost world. Going through the process of basketball you learn so many things that you can apply to


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your spiritual life. The discipline of athletics can “Coaching influence is based on investment. When help us in our spiritual walk and our discipline of a person invests in another person, they will have our spiritual life can help us in athletics.” some influence,” continued Coach. “I just want my influence to be something that my players and Nearly one hundred Bethel basketball players have coaches can draw upon as they go through their gone on these ten missions trips over the past daily lives.” twenty years, and hundreds more students, fans, alumni, and even opponents alike have had their lives changed crossing paths with Coach Lightfoot.

The unique story of two father-son combos (Mike and Ryne Lightfoot, Steve and Tyler Brown) that were each able to play as teammates at Bethel was featured in the Fall 2007 issue of the “Bethel Magazine” (below, entitled “Bethel Basketball: A Family Affair”).

“After working so closely with Coach Lightfoot over the past twelve years, it is very evident that Coach cares very deeply about each player’s development, not only as an athlete, but also as a Christian,” said Assistant Coach Tony Natali. “He has high expectations for each player, but takes the time needed to meet with each one to talk about whatever is needed. Overall, Coach is concerned about the development of the whole person.” “I heard Coach Joe Paterno, the great football coach from Penn State, respond to this question once: How successful will your team be? His response was ‘I do not know. I will have to wait about ten years and then I can tell you.’ That says it best,” said Coach Lightfoot. “We need to look at the product years after graduation. What are my players doing in their communities, their churches, and how are they leading their families? The journey really begins after our players finish their basketball careers, graduate, and start applying the lessons learned. L I G H T F O OT ’ S

P R O

William Walker was featured in the Fall 2010 issue of the “Bethel Magazine” (above, entitled “Jumping Through Hoops), describing his success playing basketball professionally overseas and his drive to one day play in the NBA.

P I P E L I N E

Since Mike Lightfoot became head coach of Bethel College, eight former Pilots have gone on to play basketball professionally. E R I C

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Additionally, David Haverstick has gone on to play in the Arizona Diamondbacks system and Eric Stults in the Los Angeles Dodgers system and in Japan.

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TONY NATA LI

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Assistant Coach 13th Season

Assistant coach Tony Natali begins his 13th season as an assistant for the Pilots. He also serves as the head men’s and women’s track coach, where he has led both squads to amazing success in the MCC and on the national level. Coach Natali has an extensive list of responsibilities for the basketball program. He coordinates the recruiting and scouting schedules for the coaching staff and is involved with daily on-the-court coaching. He also organizes the players’ individual workouts. His off-the-court duties include making travel arrangements for the road trips and monitoring the academic progress of the players. “Bethel is a special place with special people. The experience that God has allowed me to have in coaching at Bethel is invaluable,” said Coach Natali. “I am very much looking forward to what this season has in store. I just want to enjoy the journey and make the most out of each day.”

N ATA L I

F I L E

BORN May 31, 1961, South Bend, Ind.

HIGH SCHOOL Mishawaka High School, Mishawaka, Ind. COLLEGE DEGREES B.S., Purdue University, 1979 M.Ed, Bowling Green, 1986 COACHING CAREER Graduate Assistant, Bowling Green, 1985-86 Assistant Coach, University of Indianapolis, 1986-87 Assistant Coach, Franklin College, 1987-90 Assistant Coach, Marian College, 1990-98 Assistant Coach, Bethel College, 1998-Present FAMILY Wife: Andrea Daughters: Cassie, 19, Hannah, 15

DANNY R AND OLPH

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Assistant Coach 7th Season

Assistant coach Danny Randolph begins his 7th season as an assistant for the Pilots. The former Pilot was a Bethel basketball junkie who started out as a ball boy for Homer Drew and then later played basketball and golf at Bethel He also serves as the head women’s golf coach and has led his lady golfers to five consecutive NAIA national tournaments, including an NAIA Individual National Champion. “Here at Bethel, it is exciting to invest in the student-athletes,” said Coach Randolph. “I am fortunate to be involved with many and look forward to working with them each and every day. My proudest moment coaching at Bethel has been winning the conference regular season and tournament championships back-to-back.” Coach Randolph’s responsibilities as an assistant coach include the video editing and tape exchange with opponents as well as ordering and distributing all of the team shoes, apparel, and travel gear necessary.

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R A N D O L P H BORN May 30, 1978, Elkhart, Ind.

F I L E

HIGH SCHOOL Elkhart Memorial High School, Elkhart, Ind. COLLEGE CAREER Bethel College, Guard, 1996-98, 02-03 COLLEGE DEGREE B.A., Bethel College, 1996 COLLEGE STATS 57 Career Points, 25 Career Rebounds, 42 Career Assists, 18 Career Steals, member of the 1997 and 1998 NAIA DII National Championship teams COACHING CAREER Graduate Assistant, Bethel College, 2002-04 Assistant Coach, Bethel College, 2004-Present Head Women’s Golf Coach, Bethel College, 2004-Present FAMILY Wife: Peggy


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ROBBIE LIGH T FO OT

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Assistant Coach 3rd Season

Assistant coach Robbie Lightfoot begins his 3rd season as an assistant to the Pilots. However, he is no stranger to Bethel basketball. The elder son of head coach Mike Lightfoot, Robbie has grown up around Bethel and the men’s basketball program. Robbie has seen Bethel at its best and at its worst. He was in the stands for all three of Bethel’s NAIA National Championships in the 90’s and was a player on the Pilots’ 10-20 season. “It’s been a fun experience now being on the sidelines as a coach and having the chance to be a part of Bethel basketball in a different way,” states Robbie. “I’m grateful for the opportunity and excited to learn more from such an experienced and veteran coaching staff.” Robbie was the 2007 Martin Moneyheffer Mental Attitude Award winner for the Pilots, after suffering through an injury-plagued senior season while still managing to captain a team to a NCCAA National Championship.

M AR K GAR DNER

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Junior Varsity Coach 5th Season

Junior varsity coach Mark Gardner begins his 5th season as a junior varsity coach for the Pilots, his third as a head coach. He also serves as the Associate Pastor at Faith Community Church in Osceola, Indiana. Prior to coaching for the Pilots, Coach Gardner earned his undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from IUSB. He coached in the Mishawaka school system for eleven years, working his way up from elementary, junior high, freshman, to a varsity assistant. Along with the primary responsibilities of heading up the junior varsity program, Coach Gardner also assists the varsity program during preseason conditioning and practices.

L I G H T F O OT BORN August 18, 1983, Lakeville, Ind.

F I L E

HIGH SCHOOL NorthWood High School, Nappanee, Ind. COLLEGE CAREER Bethel College, Guard, 2003-07 COLLEGE DEGREE B.A., Bethel College, 2008 COLLEGE STATS 280 Career Points, 117 Career Rebounds, 160 Career Assists, 52 Career Steals, led Pilots in assists (85) in 2005-06 season, member of 2007 NCCAA National Championship team COACHING CAREER Assistant Coach, Bethel College, 2008-Present FAMILY Wife: Brittney

G A R D N E R

F I L E

BORN January 27, 1973, South Bend, Ind.

HIGH SCHOOL Penn High School, Mishawaka, Ind. COLLEGE DEGREE B.A., IU South Bend, 1995 COACHING CAREER Mishawaka Public School System, 1995-2006 Junior Varsity Head Coach, Bethel College, 2006-Present FAMILY Wife: Robyn

“Bethel is a special place and I am blessed to be part of the Bethel family,” said Coach Gardner. “I enjoy being able to work with and learn from Coach Lightfoot and the other assistants. Coaching at Bethel allows me the opportunity to build relationships with the players on and off the court.”

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ROBBY GINGER ICH

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Student Assistant Coach 1st Season Junior

Student assistant coach Robby Gingerich begins his third year in the Pilots’ program. He spent his first two years suiting up as a player. A junior from Benton, Indiana, Robby is majoring in Exercise Science and plans on becoming a physical therapist after he graduates from Bethel. “Bethel basketball has always been a part of my life,” said Robby. “I went to my first camp at the age of 8 and ever since then I’ve looked up to Coach Lightfoot. He’s really taught me a lot about basketball and about life and helped me grow into who I am today.”

JOR DAN RYAN

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Student Manager 3rd Season Senior

Student manager Jordan Ryan begins his third year as a manager for the Pilots, his second as a full time manager. A senior from Mundelein, Illinois, Jordan is majoring in English Education and plans on becoming a high school English teacher and basketball coach after he graduates from Bethel. “I wanted to be a part of Bethel basketball because I wanted to learn as much as I could from Coach Lightfoot,” said Jordan. “Jordan has really done a great job so far,” Coach Randolph said. “He loves the game of basketball and will help out in any way he can.”

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G I N G E R I C H BORN April 14, 1989, Benton, Ind.

F I L E

HIGH SCHOOL Fairfield High School, Goshen, Ind. ACADEMIC MAJOR Exercise Science COLLEGE CAREER Bethel College, Guard, 2008-10 COLLEGE STATS Appeared in 9 games, 5 Career Points, 4 Career Rebounds, member of the 2009 MCC Championship team RESIDENCE Logan Village FAMILY Parents: Rick and Robin Gingerich Siblings: Randy, Richelle

R YA N

F I L E

BORN August 22, 1988, Des Plaines, Ill. HIGH SCHOOL Home School, Mundelein, Ill. ACADEMIC MAJOR English Education RESIDENCE Ramseyer Hall FAMILY Parents: Tim and Colleen Ryan Sisters: Jennie, Joy, Jamie


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